Category Archives: Buffalo

Shopping Indie: My Local Bookstores

Independent bookstores are an integral part of the bookish community, yet I find that (at least in my city) many people don’t realize what indie bookstores are out there.  I live in Buffalo, NY, and the city, suburbs, and surrounding … Continue reading

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Review: The Artificial River by Carol Sheriff

I don’t review many non-fiction books, mainly because they are usually being read for school and I get really sick of whatever it is I usually have to read for school.  But I had to read The Artificial River: The … Continue reading

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Review: Keep the Change by Steve Dublanica

When I got Keep the Change: A Clueless Tipper’s Quest to Become the Guru of the Gratuity in the mail, I was a bit clueless myself as to why I requested it from the publisher.  Then I remembered.  The night … Continue reading

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